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, cutting the deficit, extending unemployment benefits. what will happen to obamacare and what about the national security agency. we'll ask the senate's top democrat, harry reid, who controlled much of the agenda on capitol hill. then we'll talk to key house republicans, new york's peter king and arizona's matt salmon. we'll have analysis from peg knee noonan of the wall street journal. david ignatious of the "washington post." david sanger of the nova scotia times and cbs news political director john dickerson. and in our flashback, how a cbs news crew went to havana to interview fidel castro for face the nation and got scooped by ed you will van. 60 years of news because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs good morning again before we get to senator reed a quick update on this bitter cold that has two-thirds of the country in its grip from the midwest to the northeast and good part of the south. this cold is expected to set record lows in many parts of the country, some of the coldest weather so far is in the st. paul, minneapolis and wcco reporter has the lates
with a trillion dollar deficit. obama has submitted four of them. your response? guest: thank you for the question. first of all, i would say that you should watch some of the videos from former labor secreatry robert reisch. one of the things that he is -- has pointed out is that the deficit and issues of debt are the wrong place to be looking. you can deal with those by growing the economy. since day one of his term, he inherited an economy in crisis. the bottom has fallen out. but we need to see is congress -- what we need to see is congress doing more, not less. to stimulate the economy and put people back to work. get these wheels turning so that we can actually deal with the fundamentals from a place of strength rather than weakness. austerity is not the answer. the answer is jobs. there's also the fact that you see effective tax rates are lower now than they were under president nixon. the kind of hysteria that we see on the right that says our economy is threatened. it is because of the debt or the deficit. it is entirely misplaced. i would encourage people to go out and talk to someone un
that has been attributed to reaganomics is totally unwarranted. we had the greatest keynesian deficit binge between 1981 and the end of the bush administration, the first bush. those 12 years are all really the reagan program. and so we did have an economy that rebounded, because volcker killed inflation and the deficits were enormous and they stimulated the economy. but they established a precedent for continuous, chronic, massive peace-time deficits and put the republican party, the old defender of the treasury gates in the position that cheney so ineloquently expressed, deficits don't matter. and that was the beginning of the end, because in a democracy, if there's not a conservative party that is defending the treasury, the taxpayers and fiscal rectitude, you're going to have a free-lunch competition between tax-cutters, the republicans, and spenders, the democrats. >> what do you think? >> i think that's much too narrow a view of the options we have. i think that reagan wouldn't have agreed with that in this sense, that what -- he saw the economy, not in terms of taxing and spending, b
of the deficit to session and have retirement discussion. among the possibilities raising the age along with a series of others. we have to look for the financial issue, superbas and shall issue a loan-to-value issue. there's challenges of raising the age and one of the challenges is clearly very difficult to ask it coalminer to go down in the mine when he fixed jeter 69 avenue where we chose to spend on her feet for 30 years. they should be part of a larger conversation about social security while the broader retirement system. suggestions here are a few considerations. the important thing is that the socialist charity retirement systems conversation. >> mr. biggs, what do you think? >> mr. romasco side of the coal miners among like that. go back to 1950 with the highly industrialized economy. coal miners and farmers and factory workers. the average age claiming men was 68. today, when your biggest on-the-job risk of carpal tunnel from your mouse or something like that, it is 63. a few months ago i did not propose raising the retirement age. i think the idea we can't have a higher reti
was at will shrink. the budget deficit. on the other hand we won't get any tax reform, i think. go live on this new year's eve on "the kudlow report" and we're talking budgets and taxes with two top experts, what is the outlook? the ocean gets warmer. the peruvian anchovy harvest suffers. it raises the price of fishmeal, cattle feed and beef. bny mellon turns insights like these into powerful investment strategies. for a university endowment. it funds a marine biologist... who studies the peruvian anchovy. invested in the world. bny mellon. >>> fiscal policy in 2013 will be primarily remembered for the government shutdown, 16 days and there's the extravaganza spending on obamacare and the ryan-murray budget deal that avoid a shutdown. this coming year we have a debt ceiling to deal with and democrats are pushing for higher minimum wage and jobless benefits. will we get tax reform in the meantime? first of all, stan, happy new year. you look great. i want to ask you a key question. the deficit has been coming down, and spending has been coming down. both as a share of the economy and actual level te
in congresses past, take a balanced approach to deficit reduction. make some difficult choices in spending reductions but don't cut the heart out of our future likesp education and health care research that really would make us less competitive and also make sure that you ask people who can afford to pay a little bit more by closing tax look holes that people really have no benefit problem. ending tax cuts which we did in january with when we allowed people who make less than $450,000 ah year for their tax cuts to continue who made more for those tax cuts to expire. so we made some progress. we have to make more. i'm, i will tell you that i think it is going to take another election for to us make sure that we reduce the influence of those, stranglehold that those tea partiers have on the two pathways and our ability to actually travel down the path that voters chose last year when they reelected barack obama, president of the united states. >> madam congressman, this question was asked of president obama when he was senator obama, when he read from his book, seven years ago. >> okay. >>
the deficits which have been very easy to fudge. very interesting year for the equities. cheryl: lets get country specific with china, russia. lots of those stocks even if they have traded on the nasdaq in particular have done really well. but part of the traditional brick, there are concerns about those particular countries moving into next year. you think this story is improving? >> i think with both of those countries it will depend on how they manage their individual structural challenges. they need to reduce their dependency on commodities, which are probably seeing better days going forward. really focus on spurring other aspects of their economy. there will be some very right lights and interesting companies. china i think understands the challenges they have with moving away from investment expenditure, highly leverage growth and consumer spending. that will be hard but i think china has put in place a good plan for that over the next several years. cheryl: the same question as far as china really does go over into india, india hasn't had struggles of the middle class china has, b
also reduce the deficit. guest: i have to take a pass on this. we do not get involved in immigration. there are two main noneconomic and -- issues involved. we really do not take an issue on immigration. the senatethat passed this huge, comprehensive bill. the house republicans have no desire to take it up. they plan to take up a more piecemeal approach. bills totarget the more direct areas. we may take a look at that. we may not. our next call is brandon from pennsylvania. independent line. caller: thank you for taking my call. i have a few things i would like to share. one is that democrats handed the republicans the 2014 election. they are letting you play it smart. make sure the democrats agree with president obama. they are always saying that if you like your plan you can keep it. they're talking about a $300 million budget that ended up being like $1 billion. private companies say would be $10 million if they did it. concerns,nimum wage it would help you a lot if you got into putting a bill in yourselves. without raising the minimum wage. at the same time, lower the tax rate. t
they will change anything. explain that. guest: we look at projections of where the budget deficit is going to be. and it is very gloomy as medicare and medicaid and social security costs pick up. but if you look back even over m my, last 25 years i have been in washington, the projections have almost always been wrong. in the late 1990's we had the dot-com boom and everything was wonderful. the budget deficit disappeared and doing tax legislation was very easy. then of course an example in the other direction which nobody saw then of course an example in the other direction which nobody saw coming was the collapse of 2009. so, these changes that happen, the projections are just sort of smooth sailing best guess average projections of growth. if we have a very -- if something like fracking or nanotechnology or whatever the next new business surge is going to come from, if that helps the economy manufacture in a positive direction a lot of problems will melt away and politicians will take credit for i it. let's hope that does happen. sometimes things go the other way as well. so, i think we conte
dependent upon china to buy our paper, finance our deficits, as it were. isn't it true the federal reserve is a sickly the buyer of -- federal reserve is basically the buyer of our bonds? >> senator, we are purchasing -- >> for the most part? >> we are purchasing a substantial wanted tea of -- a substantial quantity treasury and mortgage backed securities, but we certainly are doing so for the sake of helping the government finance the deficit. in circumstances where we have -- we are doing so to achieve the goals that congress has assigned to the federal reserve. in circumstances where we have run out of scope for conducting monetary policy when our overnight interest rate target has hit zero, we really have to rely on alternative techniques, and we are certainly not the only central bank that has recognized this and is undertaking similar programs. >> you allude to other central banks, and i don't know of any other central bank i think we should follow. we should set the example here, and the fed has darkly. -- has historically. i will run out of time in a minute. unemployment. you menti
large deficits we run. it contributes to, i would argue, fiscal imbalances. we are punishing middle class savers for years now. people who spent and entire working lifetime to choosing so forgo consumption, they decided they would save and have a little bit of income in their retirement. now they have no income, because they earn nothing on their savings. they do watch as it gradually gets eroded by a low level of inflation when they have no income from it. we have exacerbated the problems of underfunded pension plans and we have got distortions in financial markets. these all things have been occurring i would argue and continue to occur and yet what worries me perhaps even more is the point that senator corker was getting to i think, which is what happens when the morphine drip starts to end? at some point, some time this is going to be, we're going to move away from this, i assume. i think everybody believes that. and the assumption seems to be that every, the markets will behave very bee ninely when that occurs. yet we've seen some, i think worrisome glimpses that is not save as
about the deficit and spend more money. stimulus twice as big as what we had heard a lot of people agreed with that and wanted to do it or it -- wanted to do it. it was limited after the stimulus passed. interesting debate. it left out a whole side of it. why yousy to understand would leave that out if you are trying to get a majority. to educate people with that view is correct why a deficit is much -- is good is always much harder. national security -- you just mentioned drones. drones only made it into the presidential debate because it was an online petition that about 100,000 or so people saying, please ask about drones. romney said, they are great. a lot of people are horrified by drones. the whole national security thing, spying on people, assassinations. that's a much the drones as what they are doing. -- not so much the drones is what they are doing. climate. we are seeing how serious it is every day. -- spente debates that a significant part of time with both candidates talking about how much they were in favor of clean coal. we are here in ohio where they mine coal. it i
to a trade deficit which is something that most investors started to mess. dr. weir of 2012 when they produce the first trade deficit. imagine this, you have politicians trying to weaken the yen. they still want to today. really, the difference is swinging from a surplus to a deficit. the support for the currency is gone. cheryl: currency war is one thing, but also, u.s. manufacturers could benefit from a stronger japanese economy. investors lose sight of the fact that we want japan to improve and do better. do you think the u.s. multinationals would benefit if japan does turnaround? >> they certainly could. the trade relationship between u.s. and japan is there and it is terrific. the thing i would worry about is, they tend to have a lot of other exposure suits. if you think about the business model. virtually any make that multinational has the same business model to maintain revenues in the u.s. and grow businesses emerging-market. well big caps my benefit, i think they have other headlines which are really coming from emerging markets, particularly countries like china and india. cheryl:
worrying about the deficit and spend more money. we are the stimulus twice as big s what we had heard a lot of people agreed with that and wanted to do it. it was limited after the stimulus passed. interesting debate. it left out a whole side of it. it is easy to understand why you would leave that out if you are trying to get a majority. it is having to educate people with that view is correct why a deficit is good is always much harder. national security -- you just mentioned drones. drones only made it into the presidential debate because it was an online petition that about 100,000 or so people signed and sent saying, please ask about drones. romney said, they are great. a lot of people are horrified by rones. the whole national security thing, spying on people, assassinations. that's not so much the drones is what they are doing. climate. we are seeing how serious it is every day. one of the debates that -- spent a significant part of time with both candidates talking about how much they were in favor of clean coal. we are here in ohio where they mine coal. it is a swing state. you can
issues that dominated were health care and budget deficit. this year, dealing with declining middle class incomes and not enough job growth will be the number one issue. and if on the first day of the new session, the republican party says they won't even support unemployment benefit extension, they're going to show themselves so far out of the mainstream, it's going to hurt in the election. >> republicans note pushing for unemployment benefits and a hike in the minimum wage may help in the short run but backfire in november. >> when you start talking about income inequality to a lot of americans, that sounds like taking from some who have and giving to those who don't. >> the president sharply disagrees and signalled in december this has been and will be the dominant issue on his agenda. >> it has been the driving force between everything we have done the past five years and over the course of the next year and for the rest of my presidency, that's where you should expect my administration to focus all our efforts. >> and bill de blasio, one of the rising stars of the democratic party, i
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more construction jobs. we need more manufacturing jobs. but the programs do not allow that. deficit is ok. it will not affect us right now. but we need to plan to help reduce in the future. if they were cut deficit today, we can grow the economy. china is growing. host: ok. interesting, the question of the deficit. i have been talking around the country, particularly to colleges and state universities, and one of the big questions that people bring up, relating to what that woman was talking about, the extreme debt that they are going to carry out of college into their next life. they are paying higher and higher tuition. why? the state legislature is cutting the appropriations, going from states to universities. the universities have to make up for that by charging higher tuition. guess what? when you vote against raising taxes today, you pass on the deficit not in the future, but today you pass it onto the next generation in the form of higher tuition and student that. student debt today is one dollar trillion in america. that is crazy. these kids come out of college .ith an avera
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not be deficit financed. they want spending cuts elsewhere in the budget to pay for it. senate democrats need five republicans to support any extension to get the 60 votes they need to overcome a filibuster threat. >> what i've always said is that it needs to be paid for, but we also need to do something for long-term unemployed people, and that is we need to create something few that would create jobs. -- new that would create jobs. >> most economists you'd ask would say this type of temporary program doesn't need to be paid for. fourteen out of the last seventeen times congress passed this, they doesn't pay for it. the last president bush, five times he signed it into law, none of them were paid for. >> reporter: now, president obama is pushing hard for an extension and plans to pressure republicans to support one at an event at the white house tomorrow. the administration says failing to renew the benefits could be a drag on the economy. cheryl??% cheryl: all right. peter barnes live out in washington. peter, thank you. >> reporter: you bet. cheryl: closing bell ringing, 51 minutes to go o
had a $26 billion deficit, the largest deficit in the history of california. people were comparing california to greece. it was being put on again as it is every 15 or so years. national magazine covers as the failed golden state. we went from minus 26 to plus two. the surplus is expected to go to plus 5 billion. brown was able to do this through luck and skill. first through luck. the economy got better on his watch. capital gains taxes went way up. the state got more money. he also was able to successfully push through a tax increase, raise taxes on rich people, raise the sales tax. is that brought more money in. he kept liberal democrats in sacramento in check and didn't let them spend the way they wanted. also the republicans have been so completely muted as a party, they have no way to block anything. brown is riding a nice wave right now and he's 40 points ahead in the polls for november. >> he's often referred to as the only adult in it the room. if you think back to the 1970s, he was referred to as the moon beam governor because of his new-age ideas. now he's celebrated in
a big budget deficit. democrat and republican still standing on opposite sides of the room in the congressional bans. republicans still bickering among themselves. the bickering is hardly over. this is a fight that will persist in 2014. >> republicans and all-out civil war should provide an opening for the president. what can he do to hit the ground running in 2000 14? >> he needs to knock the ball out of the park. it will be a laundry list of proposals that will probably go nowhere. the key for the president is not obamacare. that was the key in the year that is about to end. the key is whether the economy really expands. the chances are growing the economy could grow to the upside. >> what can't he see due to move things forward? we gather in this -- industry and world leaders to get advice. the main theme is can't we all just get along? i am not an expert on relationships but i know if you spend all your time in relationships talking about the status of the relationship it is doomed. you would be better off having a cream soda, if they could just rant down the warfare. i
is happening in europe and in asia. yet at the same time, you and i know that the greater the deficit and greater deficit spending that we engage in and the more debt that we incur and the more bonds that we sell to countries like china, there's not necessarily help this country achieve confidence and build this country's economic standing back up. that's something obviously what i think the foreign entitlements that you should be most concerned about is the deficit here at home that is causing us to spend so much money to fund our debt abroad. secondly, on the issue of whether britain and israel and saudi arabia control middle east foreign policy, i would say britain least of all have anything to do or say about foreign policy or the developments in the middle east. saudi arabia is doing everything they can to construct a sunni alliance against iran. israel is facing its own challenge in forges a two state solution with the palestinians. obviously it has great deal concern over iran's nuclear program. the arab world since the arab spring is in turmoil. israel has very little to do to
. here is a will being at high clouds over the bay area now. taking a look at rainfall deficit these are the numbers indicating how much rainfall we need in inches to just sweep average level for this time in the season. north bay, need over 12 and a half inches of rain. san francisco needs over seven inches of rain. look at the deficits across the bay area. we need storms to bring us up to average levels not just one big rain maker. >> all right. thank you. well a series of events today to mark a painful anniversary involving a bart passenger. oscar grant shot and killed five years ago today by bart police officer on the platform at fruit veil station. today family and friends are celebrating his life. abc7 news joins us live from oakland. nick? >> good evening the crowd was smaller than in years past but vocal. many calling for an end to what is called the inconsistencies and violence between law enforcement and communities that they serve. leading the charge was grant's mother, saying no one will understand pain she feels losing a sovenlt >> we thank you for coming out on th
the bay area now. taking a look at rainfall deficit these are the numbers indicating how much rainfall we need in inches to just sweep average level for this time in the season. north bay, need over 12 and a half inches of rain. san francisco needs over seven inches of rain. look at the deficits across the bay area. we need storms to bring us up to average levels not just one big rain maker. >> all right. thank you. well a series of events today to mark a painful anniversary involving a bart passenger. oscar grant shot and killed five years ago today by bart police officer on the platform at fruit veil station. today family and friends are celebrating his life. abc7 news joins us live from oakland. nick? >> good evening the crowd was smaller than in years past but vocal. many calling for an end to what is called the inconsistencies and violence between law enforcement and communities that they serve. leading the charge was grant's mother, saying no one will understand pain she feels losing a sovenlt >> we thank you for coming out on the five-year anniversary of my son. >> wanda johnson sp
if not then the deficit thought to be minimized as much as possible what's this budget passed almost a regionally as written was there enough today to the dads went on in the national assembly over the budget during the political impasse. ok this but it is very similar to what the government propose and cotton reason is that they didn't really have time to debate over the merits of the of the budget. now i say do it i think they did accept a lot of factors which are politically important for example the spending for a regional government and regional projects have been increased. partially i think because there's a beach elections coming up in june but still. i just mentioned that that this budget was carried out with the assumption that green growth will grow by three point nine percent the year next year and welcome most of the civilian it's nice to live musicians of convicting someone fifty three point five to three point eight percent so it's not a bad estimate but still i wish you had the knife assembly had more time to bowl with some of these assumptions over some of these programs to see i
in order to sell the law, that this would decrease the deficit. tens of millions of more people, they get is short and the deficit will go down. there was a lot of gimmickry. now we know that one of the planks that people would not use emergency care as much if they are on insurance. turns out not to be true. melissa: thank you for your time >> thank-you. melissa: remember when former vice president dick cheney said this? >> what do you think of snow and? >> i think he is a trader. >> you do? >> absolely. melia: now liberal media is trying to give this guy pass. we expose the media bias right we expose the media bias right afte this.0k@çxw?
deficit. your response? guest: thank you for the question. first of all, i would say that you should watch some of the videos from robert reisch. one of the things that he is the deficitis that and issues of debt are the wrong place to be looking. you can deal with those by growing the economy. since day one of his term, he inherited an economy in crisis. the bottom has fallen out. congressed to see is doing more, not less. economyto stimulate the and put people back to work. get these wheels turning so that we can actually deal with the fundamentals rather than weakness. this is not the end. the answer is jobs. also the fact that you see effective tax rates are lower now than they were under president nixon. the kind of hysteria that we see on the right effect our economy. it is because of the debt or the deficit. it is entirely misplaced. i would encourage people to go out and talk to someone unemployed. they have looked for work for years. ask them if they should be focused on paying down the deficit or should we be growing the economy? we need to generate resources for all of the needs
jobs. but the programs do not allow that. deficit is ok. it will not affect us right now. but we need to plan to help reduce in the future. if they were cut deficit today, we can grow the economy. china is growing. host: ok. guest: interesting, the question of the deficit. i have been talking around the country, particularly to colleges and state universities, and one of the big questions that people bring up, relating to what that woman was talking about, the extreme debt that they are going to carry out of college into their next life. they are paying higher and higher tuition. why? the state legislature is cutting the appropriations, going from states to universities. the universities have to make up for that by charging higher tuition. guess what? when you vote against raising taxes today, you pass on the deficit not in the future, but today you pass it onto the next generation in the form of higher tuition and student that. student debt today is one dollar trillion in america. that is crazy. these kids come out of college with an average debt of $26,000. they cannot afford to buy
-0 first-quarter deficit to tie it up late. anquan boldin caught nine passes for 149 yards and a td in his first game back since arizona traded him to baltimore after the 2009 season. lamichael james' 45-yard completions by collin kaepernick set up dawson's game winner. >> stay with kron4 for coverage of the 49ers. they will visit the green bay packers sunday in an nfc wild-card game at 1:40 p.m.. >> new this morning. an ambulance has been recovered after it was stolen in daly city. this is video from the scene. it happened last night during a 9-1-1 call. the vehicle was recovered about a half hour later. unattended and undamaged. missing from the ambulance. police are still looking for the thief this morning. >> a fire truck and a mercedes collided in downtown san francisco sending two people to the hospital. one of the injured was a firefighter on board the rig at the time of the crash.the other an occupant of the mercedes. several streets around the intersection of 5th and howard were closed down while the wreckage was cleaned up yesterday. the hook and ladder truck which seemed to be l
is that of debt and deficit. because this does extend benefits to 1.3 million people but raised deficit by $6 billion is not deficit neutral and republicans by house gop conference are by in large going to be against it. in the senate, the test vote tonight is very interesting. it's very much what you said. democrats take this message of income and equality. one they want to play in 2014 and won them the day in 2012 and shields them from problems with the health care law. listen to harry reid on senate floor earlier today trying to find a few good men if you would from the senate republican congress. >> i hope a few reasonable and empathetic republicans will join my colleague from nevada, senator heller, and help us advance this bill today. passing the measure is one of the best things we can do for our economy. >> it's unclear if they will find those five republican votes. he's referring to dean heller, republican from nevada, co-sponsor of this unemployment insurance legislation. some folks think possibly mccain, possibly collins in maine, moderates we've seen before willing to crossover. i
'll look at just our deficit in terms of our rainfall, and the next ten to 12 day outlook says, no moisture expected for the bay area, and then it's -- that is something we do not like to see. we'll cheng that out. plus, take a look at our new year's eve and new year's day forecast. >>> ahead, south dakota bombing at a train -- train accident in russia. >> plus... >> ♪ >> fans eagerly awaiting bruce springsteen's new album didn't have to wait long. a pleasant surprise for customer appreciation month at subway. we're saying thanks with two of your favorite six inch subs. the six-inch cold cut combo, or the six-inch meatball marinara, built fresh from the bread up for just $2 each all december long. subway. eat fresh. >>> a suicide bomber killed 16 people at a railway station in southern russia and wounded many more. no one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing. it comes several month after a rebel leader called for new attacks against civilian targets, including the olympics in february in sochi. russian officials are crediting security for preventing more casualties in the t
. that was in part driven by a desire to ensure it would not add to the deficit. expensive to extend coverage to millions of people. one of the taxes is a new tax put on the insurance plan to help offset the cost of coverage. there was rationalization that the insurance industry stood to gain a lot of new customers and they could make a contribution. but i do not think anybody believes if you add a tax on to insurance that that will not be passed on. >> moving on to pennsylvania, a republican, high. hi. caller: hi. i know 90 million people will lose insurance for -- applying for the insurance is too expensive and the only other recourse is medical assistance. i am wondering how many other people have been transferred and are now going to be stuck applying for medical assistance, something that i would never want to do and i want to know how many other people do it. the second question is, in regard to taxes, i understand a tax, 3.8%, can you please explain and i will listen after i hang up. >> i do not think there is a 3.8% tax on rental spear there is a tax for high income people, a number o
deficits in classrooms and commissioner fierro centers in the areas of science. many of our classrooms have minimal science activity areas and minimal science quarter and elementary schools have asphalt parking their yards where which were you can't can play and it's black top incriminate instead of green spaces. if we want to encourage kids we have to start with their teachers the straefrnz to have education and training in the ways of incorporating nature environment and know the basic principle of science and environmental education. our department is also very exempted to recruiting teachers they'll be working in the southeast sector their filled with schools and commissioner fierro homes. many of those teachers have had one course in science and that's not enough to answer the questions children bring forth about the nature world. i'm glad that i can support in endeavor. i'm looking forward to insuring that our southeast classroom teachers and students can participate. it's hard for them to get on field trips from the southeast sector of the city many are on pun transportation so we co
the deficit to a primary surplus of 1.1 billion. it wants sacrifices recognised. debt forgiven. a palpable need tore dignity and lost sovereignty and some believe this is the greatest opportunity on offer. >> the great concerns have to deal with the people in europe, associating greece with a normal state of business. getting out of the emergency frame of mind and becoming again is a normal economy, a normal country in the euro. >> european parliamentary elections in may are expected to usher in euro skeptics, reinforcing political extremes, a show of solidarity during greece's presidency may go a long way towards countering that. >> 1 january marks 5 years since cuba's communist revolution. there seems to be movement in the relationship between cuba and the u.s. the first commercial flight in decades between the florida keys and havana landed. >> it takes just 15 minutes to fly from key west florida to havana cuba. it has taken 50 years for this flight to take place, even though president obama gave permission for the resumption of commercial flights in 2011. the rules are strict. 10 pass
is a look at how severe our rainfall deficit is. in ukiah and santa rosa, those areas need 12 and a half inches or more of rainfall just to bring them up to the average level for this point in the season. san francisco is more than 7 inches below average for this time of year. the same is true throughout the bay area. it is 4, 5, 6 inches below average and right now we are looking at about seven dry days ahead. although there is a slight chance that i mentioned and i will show you when that might happen in. >>> accu-weather seven-day forecast. >>> a tough loss for stanford. the cardinals took on -- took them on and could not pull off a win. mike shumann is here with the highlights or should i say low lights? >> i wore my sell law bra tore tore -- celebratory red tie. >> they won in 1902 and in this the 100th version they took it on the chin from a stout defense. tyler gaff neither runs over a defender. a 77-yard drive. trailing 17-7 michigan state and scores 17 in a row. connor cook and trailing four with less than two minutes left. he was stuffed. michigan state's run defense comes up h
significant is coming our way. here is live doppler 7hd. here is a look at how severe our rainfall deficit is. in ukiah and santa rosa, those areas need 12 and a half inches or more of rainfall just to bring them up to the average level for this point in the season. san francisco is more than 7 inches below average for this time of year. the same is true throughout the bay area. it is 4, 5, 6 inches below average and right now we are looking at about seven dry days ahead. although there is a slight chance that i mentioned and i will show you when that might happen in. >>> accu-weather seven-day forecast. >>> a tough loss for stanford. the cardinals took on -- took them on and could not pull off a win. mike shumann is here with the highlights or should i say low lights? >> i wore my sell law bra tore tore -- celebratory red tie. >> they won in 1902 and in this the 100th version they took it on the chin from a stout defense. tyler gaff neither runs over a defender. a 77-yard drive. trailing 17-7 michigan state and scores 17 in a row. connor cook and trailing four with less than two minutes left
. that is the most i have ever seen in seven years. it is scary. >> santa rosa, nearly 13-" deficit. we have had four inches of rain last year in napa and we are used to get 22" so that shows how dry it has been. the high clouds will hang around for the better part of the morning and afternoon and beautiful picture from mount tamalpais. air is cleaner this morning than yesterday but it is another pair spare with record warmth coinciding with that and warm and dry through the weekend. the brief pattern change next week that, hopefully, brings us climber air and a little bit of rain. today, oakland, san rafael, kentfield possible record highs, san rafael, 66, everyone in the mid-to-upper 60's again. if we push 70 anywhere, it would be down around gilroy. lows are cooler tonight because of the lack of high clouds. we will be freezing inland with low-to-upper 30's and you can see san mateo, half moon bay and san francisco, milder in the mid-to-upper 40's. there are two areas of high pressure dominating our weather again and there is a low passing to the north and that is going to slide into nevada and no
deficits as time goes on. it's in need of reform and doesn't seem like the affordable care act -- another study has shown there hasn't been improved health care. that's a real problem fort administration. >> the john, we appreciate you sticking through the commercial break. always good to see you. thanks. >> thank you. >>> phil everly, one half of the everly brothers duo, has decide. his family says he passed away at hospital of chronic object strucktive pulmonary disease. he and his brother molded rock'n'roll with their harmony in the 19 50s and '60s and in a statement don said he experienced an extreme moment. phil everly was 74 years old. >>> we are following that breaking news on a brain that has landed on a busy expressway in new york city. we understand injuries, but nothing major. we'll have fresh pictures for you, video and the very latest on that situation and more on the impending deep freeze that the nation is already starting to feel as it moves across from the midwest to the east coast. millions of people are going to suffer with this one. tough conditions. i'll be back, 7:00
years of president obama's term the two biggest issues were the deficit and obamacare. not anymore. it is middle-class incomes, creation of jobs, getting the economy going at a better rate than it has been going. if republicans blocked this renewal it is going to play some far out of the mainstream in terms of fighting for average folks and the middle class. if the first issue that we bring forward in 2014 our colleagues on the other side of the aisle are not siding with average families, it is going to be a strong indication where the republicans are headed. when i say out of the the last time this round of benefits was renewed it was under president bush, a republican president. in employment was only 5.6% nationally, it is now seven. that only shows you in the past it has been a bipartisan issue that has supported mainstream republicans like george bush and to not have it now would show ourn how far over colleagues are moving. second issue. pay force.out i have a suggestion that most of us would support. it would be to eliminate the tax break that gives corporations a benefit fo
measures the change in heat, telling the vine. >> it tells us if the vine is in deficit or if it's doing fine. we can save water. >> especially in california, which seems to have been in remember. >> by eliminating water at the right times, and giving water at the right times. we have have the berry small. the smaller the berry the bigger the juice ratio, meaning more robust juicy wines. >> innovative technology fine tunes the work at the crush pack. elias tunes to pick the colour grapes and only the right ones make it into the firmenters. >> we noticed the change. the wines in the fermentor, five or six days old, the aroma was fresher, cleaner, more focused. it was phenomenal. >> we'll check out the red wine fermentation. earlier. >> yes. >> the fermentation tanks communicate with elias via wi-fi. if it's to hot i get an alarm. >> you get a phone call from the fermentation tank. >> yes, a phone call, text or email. morning. >> the ageing process in okay barrels as it has for the last two millennium is protected by space-anal technology. >> this was invented by nasa as part of their spac
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